Protect your rental property with renters insurance
In most cases, your landlord will have insurance on your apartment building, but it only covers the building – not your personal belongings. If you experience a fire, severe weather, or a break-in, a renter’s insurance policy will allow you to recover the value of your belongings. A renter’s insurance policy will also protect you if someone is injured by accident in your rental. This will help you in the case that a liability lawsuit is filed.
Renters insurance typically covers the following:
Fire and lightning
Windstorms or hail
Plumbing system failures
Renters insurance doesn’t cover the following:
Damage to the property that is intended by the renter
Professional services provided
Operation, ownership, or maintenance of motor vehicles
Your belongings are worth more than you think
Have you ever sat around and added up the dollar amount of everything you own. From televisions and bedroom sets to appliances and computers, the dollar amount is much higher than you may realize. These things won’t be easy to replace if your rental burns down or your belongings are stolen by a vandal. You’ll need protection to ensure you’ll be compensated.
Your needs are important to us
When it comes to Texas renter’s insurance, we go above and beyond your expectations to ensure your needs are always covered. From your kitchen to your bedroom, everything is covered under our renter’s insurance plans. You’ll never have to worry about paying out of pocket for your belongings. Our agents will make sure your belongings are appraised correctly, and that in the event the unthinkable happens, you’ll be compensated as you should.
Give us a call now
It’s time for you to get the protection you deserve for your rental at a rate you can afford. Call us now to get a quote from one of our agents. Whether you’ve been renting for a week or ten years, we’ll make sure you understand your rights thoroughly. There’s nothing more reassuring than knowing your belongings are protected at all times. Pick up the phone now to get the ball rolling. You’ll be glad you did.